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Re: commit/rollback a set of files ?

From: Steven W. Orr
Subject: Re: commit/rollback a set of files ?
Date: Mon, 17 Oct 2005 09:58:50 -0400 (EDT)

On Monday, Oct 17th 2005 at 06:44 -0700, quoth azl84:

=>I'm quite new to the CVS but I've used some other SCM tools like
=>Perforce or Starteam in the past.
=>CVS is fine for me however I'm afully missing some "task
=>commit/rollback" features wich allow to commit or rollback a set of
=>files ( like a Perforce Change List )
=>I was wondering if you know any 3rd party (open source) tool wich could
=>be plugged on the top of a CVS server and would allow a grouped
=>commit/rollback system ? Of course, ideally, it would also keep track
=>of such "commit tasks" with the detailed file revisions they include.
=>Sorry if this question was already asked on the forum ( I did not found
=>anything on it ).

Check out cvszilla. It provides a primitive change-set functionality. It 
requires that all commits have a bugzilla bugid as the first line of a 
commit comment. Then at the end of the day you can query for the list of 
files and their revisions that were modified for the purpose of fulfilling 
the bugid.

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